Kim earns second baseman ‘All MLB Team’ vote… picks Areas ‘First Team’, Semien ‘Second Team’

Kim Ha-Sung (San Diego Padres),바카라사이트 who is having the best season of his career, was mentioned as a candidate for the All MLB Team.

Every December since 2019, MLB has named its First and Second Teams for the year’s top performers by position. They are determined by a panel of experts and fan voting. released the results of a poll of nine of its writers on Thursday about the current situation.

According to the results, Kim received votes in the second baseman category, although he was not named to the First and Second Teams. His performance is beginning to be recognised.

Kim is batting .286 this season, with 15 home runs and 27 stolen bases, and has been solid in almost every metric.

Rounding out the ‘First Team’ second basemen is Luis Arajuez (Miami Marlins), who was looking to hit .400.

His current batting average is down to .367. However, his high contact/low strikeout approach is comparable to Ichiro Suzuki’s, according to

Areas has an OPS of .878 and is on pace for 200 hits in a season for the first time in his career.

The “Second Team” second baseman is Marcus Semien (Texas Rangers).

Semien leads the Texas batting order alongside Corey Seager.

In 2021, he hit 45 home runs for the Toronto Blue Jays, the most by a second baseman in MLB history.

He struggled a bit last year, but has shown himself to be one of the best second basemen this year. This month in particular, he’s batting .348 with two doubles, one triple, and three home runs.

Meanwhile, San Diego’s Juan Soto was named to the First Team in the outfield alongside Ronald Acuña (Atlanta Braves) and Mookie Betts (LA Dodgers).

Shohei Ohtani (Los Angeles Angels) was named to the First Team at designated hitter.

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